Government

Sharing criminal justice info in Conn.
6:11 pm
Wed November 27, 2013

System to share Conn. law enforcement info ran into trouble

A new system being developed to allow law enforcement agencies in Connecticut to share information has been hampered by a lack of communication and management problems, according to a state report released this week. A member of the Governor’s administration says those concerns have been addressed.

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"As the colors of autumn stream down the wind..."
3:58 pm
Wed November 27, 2013

Governors' Thanksgiving Proclamation, 1938 and now

Connecticut Governor Wilbur T. Cross, who held office from 1931 to 1938
Credit CT State Library

 It’s traditional for Governors to deliver Thanksgiving Proclamations every year.  They usually include something about being thankful and a recap of the year.   This year, Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy’s message says, in part, “From a once-in-a-lifetime economic downturn, to dangerous storms, to unthinkable tragedy, we have faced challenges that no one would ever have asked for.  Yet, in those darkest moments of need, I have been thankful for the tremendous grace and compassion we have shown to one another.”

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Government Corruption Probe
3:36 pm
Mon November 25, 2013

Cuomo criticizes NY Lawmakers fighting subpoenas on outside income

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is critical of state lawmakers who are fighting certain subpoenas that would force lawmakers to reveal their outside business with legal clients

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Military mental health discharges
6:04 pm
Fri November 22, 2013

Conn. vet files federal lawsuit over misdiagnosis of PTSD

An Army National Guard veteran from East Haven, Connecticut filed a federal lawsuit on Thursday saying the Army discharged him with an incorrect mental health diagnosis. Lawyers for the man say thousands may not be receiving needed benefits as a result of misdiagnosis.

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Lawyers scramble, hundreds of lawsuits expected
5:44 pm
Fri November 22, 2013

FEMA won't extend deadline on flood claims

Sandy floods Port Jefferson Harbor
Credit Charles Lane

Despite pleas from elected officials FEMA will keep the one year statute of limitation deadline for those filing claims backed by the national flood insurance program.  WSHU's Charles Lane reports lawyers are scrambling.

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